From: email@example.com (Josh J Fielek)
Subject: Re: Book review: "Gathering Speed", by The Nashville Flash
Date: 8 Jun 1997 18:16:28 -0400
>In a previous article, firstname.lastname@example.org (Ged Martin) wrote:
>->Well, I was one of those people who laid out real money, well US$28
>I laid out the real bucks for the book, too. Got it autographed, too (if
>only you could read the author's scribble, it might be worth something some
>day). But I must point out, it was only $20 real dollars for me.
>It's $28 for all you Limey Wankers ^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H
>highly literate Euro Motorcyclists.
>->really, but you know what I mean, to buy a copy of David "The
>->Nashville Flash" Brauns book, "Gathering Speed", and I liked it. So
>I liked it, too. Liked it alot. In fact, all my riding buddies that come
>over and read it like it as well, and if they weren't wingnuts or cheap
>bastards (or both), they'd probably get their own damn copy.
I laid out the bucks, too, and it's worth every penny. The stories are great and well told, really putting you in the saddle. I'm planning one as a gift to my father in law, an avid armchair adventurer.
I like the book -- get one, you will not regret it. It will make you want to go out and find your own adventures...
Joshua J. Fielek DoD#385 AMA#517381 WERA#968 The Garage of Xanadu:
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